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« Reply #15 on: January 26, 2011, 10:35:22 PM »

Of course none of my picks have anything to do with the quality of the performances. We'll see.   

Just like the real Academy voters!
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« Reply #16 on: January 26, 2011, 10:38:47 PM »

Of course none of my picks have anything to do with the quality of the performances. We'll see.    

Just like the real Academy voters!

My point exactly!  Wink  It's mostly politics for them.

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« Reply #17 on: January 27, 2011, 06:22:09 AM »


As much as I want Jacki Weaver to win, I don't think she deserves it: her performance was good, but really only knocked it up a notch for about 15 minutes of the film near the end, the rest was pretty by-the-numbers I thought. [I remember watching it and thinking for the first hour, 'she is getting Oscar buzz for THIS?']

I haven't seen the other noms, but Rush did a great job in King's Speech so sign me up!  I find it hard to go past Firth either for Best Actor.

Toy Story 3 is about the closest an animated film for Best Picture as I've ever seen, though I doubt it'll get up.

Disappointed Daft Punk didn't get a nom for Tron, though I'm not surprised.

Considering the industry buzz around it, I feel Social Network's going to clean up in many categories including best adapted screenplay, score, director and editing.

As much as I loved Inception, I don't think it deserves a best picture or director win: IMO it was a great film but it wasn't as groundbreaking or mindbending as people seem to think it was.  If anything Dark Knight deserved it more but didn't win, so I don't see how it deserves the award.

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